It is just a normal FrameMaker file with a funny extension on it. The client 
probably added the .tpl extension to distinguish it from their other 
documents. There is nothing inherently different about a FrameMaker 
"template" than any other FrameMaker document.

Rick Quatro
Carmen Publishing

>I have recd a Frame template document from a client with the extension .tpl
> I've not seen this file extension before and whilst Frame opens the file 
> without problem, Windows doesn't recognis it as a FrameMaker file type.
> Can anyone enlighten me as to what this is?
> -Peter
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